Princess Mette-Marit and Princess Victoria at EAT Forum 2016

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel on June 14, 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden. This year, the forum covers consumption and production patterns, cities, accountability, technology and innovation across the food industry. The vision of EAT is a transformation of the global food system to sustainably feed a healthy population of nine billion people by mid-Century.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Clarion Hotel
Crown Princess Victoria wore PRADA DressCrown Princess Victoria wore TABITHA SIMMONS Davon Pumps
                                     PRADA Dress                                 TABITHA SIMMONS Davon Pumps

13 comments:

  1. Victoria has such masculine legs, I never noticed that before.

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    1. Her legs are toned and strong - they are not masculine.

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    2. What a ridiculous comment

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    3. Perhaps what you mean is muscular? As Angela M says they are toned and strong, so muscular as opposed to masculine?

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  2. The Prada dress is nice, but what about her hairstyle? It is a pity. She looks so hard.

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    1. Toujours la même coiffure qui ne lui va pas car elle n'a pas le visage assez fin pour le dégager ainsi .

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  3. Mette is wearing Ingrid from Stella McCartney and Prada sandals and Prada Madras Leather bag.

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  4. Victoria has also Prada Saffiano lux pochette clutch.
    http://www.fashionphile.com/includes/images/BD114466/prada-saffiano-lux-pochette-clutch-fuxia-00000.jpg

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  5. Two beautiful Crown Princesses, simple and elegant, each in their own style.

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  6. Hi It's me very glad you remind us its two Crown Princesses. Both look like elderly ladies in a retirement home for the elderly. It is time that the Crown Princess of Sweden change her look. The way she is wearing her hair add ten years to her age en give a hard, harsh look to her face. She has a very strong, dominant jaw and therefore the Princess need a style for her hair that will soften her face. She needs to change her make-up as well.

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    1. Totally agree with Anne-Marie. Victoria's hair is ...aging.

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  7. Great suit on Mette, she shoulde wear more pantsuits. It suits her literally ;) Feel that the color on Victoria is to pale for her, but the dress is nice and would have been even better with sleeves.

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